Our Changing Family Life
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CONTRASTS THE CLOSELY-INTEGRATED FAMILY OF THE 1880'S WITH THE FAMILY OF TODAY. EXPLAINS HOW INDUSTRIALIZATION, URBANIZATION & THE POLITICAL & ECONOMIC EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN HAVE CHANGED THE TRADITIONAL PATTERN OF FAMILY LIFE.
FAMILY LIFE WOMEN INDUSTRY Sociology Families (nuclear) Farming Agriculture Plowing Horses Fathers and sons Parents Children Butter (making) Gender roles Women Men Housewives Kitchens Sewing Daughters Grandparents Bells (ringing) Families (at dinner) Dinners Bible (reading) Games Recreation Singing Religion Factories Factory whistles Whistles (factory) Workers Workers (women) Industry Shopping (windowshopping) Feminism Suffragettes Women's history and culture Railroads Wall Street (New York City) Signs (Wall Street) Stock market crash (1929) Depression (1930s) Explosions World War II Soldiers Divorce Crying Tractors Television (watching) Reading Rocking chairs Catch (game) Kisses Motherhood Self-expression Couples (heterosexual) Cards (game) Loneliness Dogs Single people Nuclear family Weddings
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
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Subject: Carefully Stated...Very Matter Of Fact "Impartial" for sure
I noticed that every word and phrase in the narrative was carefully chosen - all for accuracy's sake - clearly no political purpose. something one almost never sees these days.
To many, the points made in this film are quite obvious. From my observations (back to the mid 1950's when this was made) this film makes perfect sense. I remember in the mid to late 1950's rural people and old timers were a world apart from the urban middle aged folks. It would take 15 to 20 more years for oldsters to, as they say "get cool, get with it." That was the point they set out to illustrate. In those days most everybody regardless of race lived in a nuclear family - same foddah for all the kids, usually.
This film has excellent historical import for those of the sociology ilk.
Subject: I would not recommend this
Subject: A Wonderful Video!
Subject: Then Vs Now... Caring Vs Not Caring.
Subject: Our Changing Family Life
Having been born in 1956, I was raised in this manner. However, I have yet to see many men helping with the housework.
I am female, and a full time carpenter. I also cook, clean, wash, etc.
This film is very valuable, and in very good condition. I recommend it to everyone.
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